Eugenio Canfari

Eugenio Canfari
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Eugenio Canfari (16 April 1877 – ?) was an early Italian football player from Genoa. He was one of the thirteen men who founded Juventus in 1897 and the clubs first ever president.[2] His brother Enrico Canfari was also a founding member of Juventus, and the second ever president, though he never played in the Italian Football Championship with Eugenio and Juventus.


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